We’ve built a host of new features that make it easier to share even more on Path — your thoughts, the music you’re listening to, where you are, who you’re with, when you wake and when you sleep, and as always, your photos and videos.
I’ve used Path for a while and it has stood the test of time on my home screen. I liked its approach from the beginning. That was, a way of sharing moments from your life with up to 50 of your closest friends. What I love more is that hat number was not arbitrary, it was based on Dunbar’s number. Actual, research-based science on the number of close friends you can have.
With this latest version, they have taken that idea and knocked it out of the park. This is, hands down, the most beautiful app I have seen on the iPhone. And, what is more, the app has now evolved into a personal journal for the digital age. A low friction and fun way to catalog the moments in your day that hold meaning to you and share them with those closest to you or, thanks to Twitter, Facebook, and Foursquare integration, the whole world if you so choose.
As for me, I likely will stick to the science and use the heck out of this daily.